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Rent Relief for Small Firms: Help is Available

  • May 07, 2020

Whether you need advice on how to negotiate rent relief with your landlord, or have questions on how to access the government support programs available to small businesses for rent assistance, this program will give you the information you need.  

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R. v Daniels: Reshaping the Legal Landscape

  • June 20, 2016

A lively discussion about what changes may come following the decision, what questions remain unanswered, and implications for the division of powers.

Aboriginal Law, Student Forum

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Recent Federal Legislation Affecting Aboriginal Communities

  • September 30, 2015

In the last couple of years the federal government has introduced a number of legislative changes that affect Aboriginal communities. Get yourself up to date with this timely program: learn more about these changes.

Aboriginal Law, Student Forum

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Aboriginal Peoples in the Criminal Justice System: R. v. Kokopenace and Other Developments

  • April 09, 2015

Whether you are working in the area of criminal law, Aboriginal law, constitutional law, or the public sector, do not miss this opportunity to join this important discussion of the scope of an accused's right under ss.11(d) and (f) of the Charter, to representativeness of the jury roll, and what the province must do to ensure that right is not violated.

Aboriginal Law, Criminal Justice, Student Forum

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The Duty to Consult in the Administrative Law Context

  • October 08, 2014

The duty of the federal and provincial Crown to consult with Aboriginal peoples is well-established in law; the application of this duty in the administrative law context is less clearly developed.

Aboriginal Law, Administrative Law

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Tsilhqot'in and Keewatin - Implications for Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Ontario

  • September 16, 2014

The Supreme Court of Canada has recently delivered two decisions - Tsilhqot'in Nation v. British Columbia (a.k.a. Roger William) and Grassy Narrows First Nation v. Ontario (Natural Resources) (a.k.a. Keewatin) - which will drive the law and politics of Aboriginal title and treaty rights for years to come.

Aboriginal Law